I Dieselbone, Rutabega and Cat Kills 6 Nice 'n' Slca/y. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm.
I The Blues Poets The Scotia. Stoekwcll Street. 552 8(i8l. 4pm. I"rcc. l-ortnightly residency.
I Jam Session Studio One. Byrcs Road. 34] o5lo. 4pm. I'rcc. licaturing Studio One regulars The Magic Blues Surlcrs. Rey l)oc ck The Congregation. ('ohramatics and The Nimmos.
I Sykik Vandals The Attic. l)yer's (lose. 7l (‘owgatc. 225 8382. 7.30pm. £4.
I Smiler, Dropkick and Shore (‘al‘e Royal ('ii'cle Bar. W “est Register Street. Sin I884. 7.30pm. lircc. Smilcr celehratc the release til their lil’ l.o\ esttine.
I Empire Windrush The Venue.
l7 2| ('alton Road. 557 3073. 8pm. Ethc. l.ocal indie act.
I Disney Kids Awards l‘csttyal 'l'ltealt‘c. l3 2‘) Nicolson Street. 52‘) ()Illlll, 0.30am. £7.50 il’amily ticket £25i. The Inn starts at ‘),_3(tam with goodic bags and auditions to he a part ()1 the show which starts at l l.3()ain. llostcd h) the Disney ('hannel presenters and l'eaturing perl'ormanccs lrom top pop acts Miss- tecq. l’oint Break. aIlS'I‘ARS and Reel. You can also vote on w ho should receive a Disney Kids Award.
0 Acid Mothers Temple with Julian Cope and ThighPaulSandra (‘owane Theatre. ('owane Street. ()I 78o 4735-14. 7.30pm. £ l2 (£81 This closing concert promises ‘motor-psycho' guitar action. ctlmic drones and throat singing from this Japanese act. .-\nd tonight they w ill he joined hy special guests Julian (’ope and Spirituali/cd's Thighl’aulSandra. Part of /.t' lli't’lxt‘lttl.
I Horse with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra I'lcstiy'al ()n The l.oclt. I.ochwinnocli. ()87() 221) l I I6. 8.30pm. £l5 t£l2.5()i. The popular \ocalist perl‘orms songs from her new album. with accompaniment l'rom the BBC SS(). l’)t‘o\‘ision provide the stunning post-concert ﬁreworks display.
I Kirkmichael Guitar Festival Kirkntichael. near May hole. Ayrshire. l()am I Ipm. Ticket line: ()I 292 ()I l 222. Sec l'il‘l 25.
I Disturbed Queen Margaret l'nion. l'niycrsity (iardens. 33‘) 978-1. 7.30pm. £0.50 pltis hooking lee. .\'o age restriction on this show. ('harming metal newcoitiers whose stage act features an electric chair. Alter liminem and his chainsaw. surely it is only a matter of time before some shock rocker decides to die hy lethal injection Ii\ e on stage.
I Everclear and Voy Barrow-land. (iallow gate. 552 4601. (‘:\.\'(‘lil.l.lil). 0 Henry Rollins l’ayilion Theatre. Renlield Street. 332 I840. 8pm. £l3.5(). Another ol Rollins' lauded spoken word slit)\\\ in which the tattoed muscle man rey‘eals that he's just a screw ed-up pussy - eat in need of some al‘l‘ection. or some- thing.
I The Handsome Family Tron Victorian Bar. 'l‘rongate. 552 4267. 8pm. £8.51) t£(i.5()i. Husband and wile duo Brett and Rennie Sparks perform their gothic country odes. I’urt (if/fig Big ('otmlrt.
I The Union Underground The (‘athouse. l'nion Street. 248 6606. 8pm. £6 pltis hooking t'ee. ()yer- 14s show. New exitahle goth/rock/rap types.
I Pupkin King Tut's Walt \Vah Hut. St Vincent Street. 22] 527‘). 8.30pm. Free with ticket. lil’ launch gig for this new (ilasgow indie hand.
I The Lush Rollers and Columbia The l3th Note (are. King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £2.
I Big Mamma J Studio One. B}sz Road. 34l 65%. 9pm. Free. Aberdeen hlues quintet.
I Acoustic Jam Nice 'n' Slea/y. Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Weekly open stage session hosted by (ierry Lyons with tree hex erages t'or perl'ormers.
I Battle Of The Bands I'L'sllhtl ()n The Loch. I.ochw innoch. noon. £5. Twelve up-and-coming hands compete tor a place on the main stage at 7pm tonight.
I John Martyn and Danny Thompson Pavilion Theatre. Renlicld Street. .332 I846. 8pm. £l5.5(l. The veteran hlties/jau/l'olk/call-it-what-you- want singer/songw riter with the grull emotiyc Voice. ('an he a hit on the soporilic side. howey er.
I Tandy, The Guthries and Blue Rodeo The lierry. ('Iyde Place. 42‘) 8676. 8pm. £8.51) (£6.50). Tickets l't'ont 'l'icket (‘entre. (‘andleriggs. 287 55l l. (‘anadian triple hill ol‘ new country rock acts who hctray a Ime of The By ids and The Band in their rootsy sound. I’url of Big Big ('otuttry'.
I Hooverphonic The ('athouse. l'nion Street. 248 (iotlo. Hptll.ul..'()..5ll pllls hooking lice. ()y'er- I4s show. l’hcrcool liuropop with tnucho (i()s and soundtrack inﬂuences present and correct on their new album The .llugni/icwii 'I‘rce.
I Ambientdays, Trane, Mark Taylor, Trip Fontaine and Mr Pan The Monkey Man King Tut's with Walt llttt. St Vincent Street. 221 527‘). 8.30pm. £3. Another heat in the Live 8; l'ncut hattle ol‘ the hands competition. ()ur money‘s on The Monkey Man.
I Burning Airlines and Senator The l3th Note (‘luh. (‘lyde Street. 243 2177. 8pm. £5. Acclaimed post-hardcore hand from the States who mix in some post-punk inﬂuences and lull-on rock action. Support from Iidinhurgh‘s Senator who recently ‘laid down some tracks‘. as the rock fraternity would say. with ace producer Steve Alhini.
I Becky Duke, Polly Phillips, Spike and Rob Sweeney The l3th Note Cale. King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £2. Duke is a London-based singer/songwriter who does a lot of good work l'or mental health charities.
I Merokaine, Mama Rag and Read It And Weep (ilot'y Box. ('urlers. Byres Road. .338 (i5l I. 8.30pm. Free.
I Live Music Nice ‘n‘ Sleazy. Sauchiehall Street. 33.3 9637. 9pm.
I Cast and Gloss The Liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564. 7pm. £l I. First tour in two years from the eternally optimistic (‘ast who will he releasing their fourth alhutn later in the summer. Singer John Power claims it hrcaks new ground for the hand. using brass and tape loops. Welcome to the IQSlis. .\Ir Power.
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I Papa Roach and Alien Ant Farm Barrowland. (iallowgatc. 552 4601. 7.30pm. S()l.l) ()I'T. ()yer- I4s show. Young American rock twerlords who -- shucks ,— rilly care ahottt their fans. See metal feature.
I Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin Royal (‘oncert llall. Saucliiehall Street. 287 55l 1. 7pm. £22.5()/£l‘).5()/£ I 7/£l4 plus credit card hooking lee. Two singer/songwriters who draw on a wide array ol‘ rootsy styles hut still end up coming out with rather hland AOR material.
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